Zulueta, Philip de (Sir) - from United Kingdom
Country of meeting: in the year 1973
Was a British diplomat and businessman. He entered the Diplomatic Service in 1949 and served in Moscow 1950–52 as private secretary to the Ambassador, Sir David Kelly.
In 1955 de Zulueta was appointed to be a private secretary to the Prime Minister, Anthony Eden (normally one private secretary is seconded from the Foreign Office, this time there were two, de Zulueta and Guy Millard). He continued in this role under Harold Macmillan and Sir Alec Douglas-Home. He was knighted in 1963 in Macmillan's resignation honours.
De Zulueta resigned from the Foreign Service in 1964 and became a merchant banker. He was a director of Hill Samuel 1965–72 and its chief executive 1973–76. He was chairman of Antony Gibbs Holdings 1976–81.
Activities in the Orangization:
Executive Committee, Europe Group